Take a peek at trifles for kiddos and treats for young-at-heart adults that will fit into your stocking.
We’ve rounded up 15 gifts under $50 so that you can stock up on socks, soaps, spatulas, or anything else that suits your stockings.
Between our epic fashion shoots and the C&I editors monitoring the best of everything out West on a daily basis, we collect a horse trailer-full of gift ideas for our readers throughout the year. Many gifts and wares make their way into the C&I Shop, our online store where we always showcase a reliable stable of home goods and fashion staples. Everything else—from turquoise jewelry to vintage cowboy boots to handcrafted home décor—finds a place in our annual holiday gift guide.
LEFT: 1. Nostalgic Christmas notepad and mini-spatula ($8.50), cowboysindians.com/shop. 2. Hand-painted roadrunner ornament ($30), hfcoors.com. 3. Pendleton Let ’er Buck red bandanna ($14.50), spunkysteer.com. 4. Cactus keychain ($40), allredleathercompany.com. 5. Horse socks by Rio Grande Trading ($9.99), santafesilverart.com. 6. Saddle Secret ultimate leather care ($19.99), medoraboot.com. 7. Blazing Saddles soap and lotion subscription ($30), outlawsoaps.com. 8. Handmade chainstitch armadillo patch ($52), dietryingtx.com. 9. Ranch Party cowboy earrings ($28), xoxoartandcompany.com. 10. My Granny’s Pennies handmade drink cozy ($25), yayagurlz.com.
RIGHT: 1. Cowboy boxer briefs ($24.99), cinchjeans.com. 2. Nostalgic Christmas spatula ($8), cowboysindians.com/shop. 3. Baby diaper cover ($10), wrangler.com. 4. Bucking Bronc shot glasses ($44 for a set of six), cowboysindians.com/shop. 5. Hotel Valencia signature scent candle ($38), valenciaathome.com.
RIGHT: More of our favorite gifts, baubles, and décor from the C&I Shop.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Paradigm Studios and Courtesy of Vendors. Cover image features: Cowhide stocking (starting at $39), terraleathertx.com. Cactus paddle bowl by Beatriz Ball ($45), wyominghome.com. The Telluride turquoise and Navajo pearl necklace ($760), callicosilver.com. Sheepskin throw ($995), overland.com.
From the November/December 2019 issue.